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Mar 21, 2013 9:00pm PDT
our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. >>> look out broadway. here comes tom hanks, hollywood's number one leading man, on the great white way for the first time ever. >> i don't think you can be an actor and not want to at some point be on broadway. >> how is he feeling on the verge of his big broadway debut? >> it's the hardest, most fun work you can imagine. >> tom hanks with the all-star cast of "lucky guy." >> can we get back to talking about me, please? >> tonight, they spill his secrets. what is the worst thing you can tell me about tom hanks? you do kiss tom hanks. >> several times. >> is he a good kisser? >> yes. >> how good? >> so-so >> he answers the question i just had to ask. how many times have you been properly in love in your life? tom hanks remembers nora ephron, the writer of "sleepless in seattle," "when harry met sally." >> nora is one of the most amazing people in the world. >> tom hanks, truly a lucky guy. this is "piers morgan live." >>> tom hanks. that was a good start. >> i love it. my god. that's scary. ye
Mar 20, 2013 12:00am PDT
americans organize to make their voices heard on gun control, the economy and rising income to demand change on these urgent issues? take up the gun control thing. what can the american public, the majority of whom want an assault weapons ban, a universal background check, et cetera. what can they do if their politicians are simply too cowardly to act on their behalf because of the power of the nra? >> people are going to have to let politicians know they are going to be voted out in the next term. if they are not afraid of the electorate they will never do the things they need to do. we have lots of examples of when people do rise up. when people's voices are heard loudly. these politicians are just as frightened and back off. the politicians need to be reminded there are 5 million members of the nra and 303 million americans who are not members of the nra. wayne says there are 100 million americans who own a gun. 200 million don't. we are the majority. >> the majority though is being outgunned, you might say, quite literally by the nra. the minority have the biggest voice in the debate. th
Mar 18, 2013 9:00pm PDT
spiriva. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. >>> new claims tonight the sandy hook gunman adam lanza had a well research plan of attack, going so far as to create a spreadsheet of other murderers, a shocking seven feet long and four feet wide. that report comes from the "new york daily news." cnn has not confirmed all the details. violent video games may have played a larger role than previously believed. joining me by skype is a psychologist with the institute who worked on the unabomber case. welcome back to you, doctor. really quite shocking details in this "new york daily news" report. about the length and the time and the preparation that adam lanza had been apparently planning this hideous atrocity at sandy hook. what did you make of it? >> you know, piers, it's not shocking to me. again, when i talk about this case and other cases before on cnn, i make a distinction between someone with a long history of violence and antisocial behavior and someone like adam lanza who seems to come out of the blue
Mar 21, 2013 6:00pm PDT
, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. here i am not checking emails ! ahhhhh ! look, i'm not cleaning the grass ! or mowing the gutters ! i'm not... ehhh... taking conference calls ! definitely not making spreadsheets. less couchy, more beachy ! >>> welcome back. tom hanks' broadway debut may never have happened if the script hadn't been written by his late great friend, nora ephron. now he tells me why he loved working with her so much. it's an amazing script. the richness of the writing. why do you think nora, you knew her as well as anyone, why do you think she got so entranced -- >> i feel bad for everybody else because i did know nora and if you guys had met her, i mean, we worked in the workshop -- >> i knew her for ten minutes. >> yeah. a year ago. look, i'll have to say nora was a journalist in the best sense that a journalist could be. she was fascinated by what people did. she was completely entertained by human folly and i think she was genuinely impressed and moved by human achievements and i think that's what this play is. i think that's
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